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Working Out in the Winter

Winter is finally here, with warmer das spread out thin and the threat of snow more present than ever. With options for outdoor exercise limited, you may begin to incorporate more indoor activities to your workout routine in order to keep moving throughout the winter. However, higher levels of movement can lead to a higher …

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When to Visit Walk-In Urgent Care with the Flu

One of the most common illnesses affecting people throughout the fall and winter is the influenza virus, a highly contagious disease that affects over 3 million patients each year especially as the seasons change. The flu has many potential symptoms, some of which can be mistaken for other minor illnesses. Knowing the symptoms of the …

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4 Reasons to Get Tested for STDs

Your sexual health is a critical part of your overall health and undergoing routine testing is important to maintaining it. STD Testing is important for everyone as they become sexually active and should become a part of your regular health routine even if you have not had sex in some time. There are many reasons …

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Why Does My Child Need a Sports Physical?

Fall sports are nearly here, which means it’s time for your child to undergo a sports physical! A sports physical is different from a school physical: while a school examination is a measure of general health, a sports physical checks to make sure your child is physically healthy enough to participate in competitive athletics without …

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Preventing & Treating Tick Bites & Lyme Disease

Did you know that tick season starts in the spring and lasts into the early fall? Ticks thrive in warmer months, in hot, moist places. New Jersey has four main species of ticks that can transmit diseases including the West Nile Virus, Spotted Fever and Lyme Disease. Before and after you spend time outdoors, there …

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Tips for National Safety Month

June is National Safety Month, dedicated to preventing injuries at school, work and at home. While accidents are bound to occur anywhere, there are several steps you can take to reduce the risk of slips, falls and other incidents. Prevent Poisoning Children are naturally curious and are bound to explore try things, including putting things …

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